What’s in it for me? Free your inner public speaker.
Using this app is Simple. Each day you will receive 1 push notification alert to remind you to open and see 2-3 RANDOM "TED Talks" Quotes and principles which will help you become an effective speaker.
If you master and apply the principles of this great book, becoming and orator will become easier and quicker.
We all need daily reminders, motivators in our lives. Soon these prompts, motivators, and affirmations will become part of your character and help you develop your speaking skills.
Use this app daily (Just 30-45secs) for effective public speaking skills.
Most people think they’re going to read a book ONE time and change. But the problem is that the subconscious mind doesn’t work that way. There are so many things competing for the attention of your subconscious mind.
It’s only when you read it over and over that it manages to cut through the noise and your subconscious realizes “This is important.”
What’s the number one fear of Americans and many other people around the globe? Death? Losing a limb? Going to the dentist?
The thing people fear the most is public speaking.
And that’s a pity. Just consider how many amazing ideas are locked up in people’s heads where we’ll never learn about them – simply because they are mortally afraid of a microphone.
But did you know that many of the most dazzling TED talkers used to also be anxious about speaking? After all, most speakers aren’t invited because of their oratorical skills but because of their mind-blowing ideas.
No matter where these people start from, speaking experts at TED will coach them into decent, even captivating speakers. And you can become one, too. In these blinks, you’ll find much of the speaking advice TED has assembled and shared throughout the last 30 years.
what’s so helpful about blushing;
how to give an enticing talk about the prefrontal cortex; and
why a little black dress doesn’t work so well on camera.
There’s no one solution to excellent public speaking, but there are tools that every person can use to improve their performance. The essentials of this art are to connect with your audience, harness your anxiety and do what’s comfortable for you.
Who should learn and master this book?
Any entrepreneur who wants to share his project and ideas
Lecturers and students working to improve their public speaking
Anybody who feels that a fear of public speaking is holding them back
Who wrote the book?
Chris Anderson is an entrepreneur and a journalist. He has been the curator for TED conferences since 2001. The son of missionaries who worked in Pakistan, he has earned a degree from Oxford University, worked for a variety of newspapers and launched over 100 successful magazines and websites.
Note: This is not the complete book by Chris Anderson. It is the summary of the book.